Teenage twins admit it is "a bit weird" how they made the exact same mistakes at the same time as they passed their driving tests.
Twins are known for having a connection unlike any other siblings but Alfie and Emma Willis, 18, really have proven just how spooky that bond can be.
By some sort of crazy coincidence, the pair from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, unintentionally ended up being booked for the driving tests at the same time, on the same date, in the same place.
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With the 18 year olds “over the moon” at their results, dad Owen Willis explained he was already in disbelief when Alfie's road exam was rescheduled to clash with Emma's.
Emma had a test booked for August 9th at 8.20am but her brother was due to take his in December, until an app that books empty test time slots automatically intervened.
Their father Owen Willis was in disbelief when the test date changed.
He said: “Alfie, when he failed for the second time, he booked it again and he was given a date in December and it gradually crept back November, October, he got one in September, and then it threw up August 9 at 8.20am.
“And when he told me…‘no, no, that’s not right, that’s your sister’s date’, but he showed me it and there it was, and they both ended up getting the same start time, exactly the same centre, both in Scarborough.”
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Mr Willis, 54, said that seeing his twins, who have been in the same class through school, pass together was “fantastic” and they were “over the moon”.
The dad continued: “Emma came back first, the driving instructor went over to listen to the debrief and then gave me a thumbs up from distance, and he was sort of overhearing what was said in the car that just pulled up behind him a couple of minutes later, and then he’d given me a double thumbs up.
“And when they got out they both gave each other a big hug as well because I think they were pleased and relieved for each other.”
Emma said: “I came back two minutes before him and then we were both just looking through the windows at each other trying to see each other’s facial expressions and then got out the car and he was holding a certificate.
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“I just jumped on him because I was more relieved that he passed, obviously, because he did it twice before, so I just really wanted him to pass to be honest, but it’s even better that we both passed.”
She added: “But I was like ‘that’s so weird, why is it all the same, same day, same time, same place, same amount of minors’, so it was a bit weird.”
Emma’s pass came just in time for her to start commuting to a new job as a chef at a restaurant, while Alfie is starting a manufacturing apprenticeship in York in September.
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